Crystal Dunn’s World Cup destiny was obvious: ‘Made it seem so easy’

The girls who played soccer growing up with always thought it was a matter of when, not if. They would start sentences with, “Crystal, when you make the national team,” leaving her to brush off the praise. They’d ask who could make it over her, knowing there wasn’t an answer. They could see she was different, and knew she would go places. (New York Post)


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